EAM Work Management: Process and System Considerations
How well do you know your internal operations and care of physical assets?
How does your organization perform in the execution of the end-to-end Work Management process? Do you know the traditional gaps in EAM Systems and reliability processes within work management? Within each step of the work management process there is also ongoing support, work and strategy from a reliability standpoint that improves and impacts that process, particularly in better identifying work (failure analysis, etc.) and to better prioritizing and scheduling the right work (based on asset criticality, etc.) at the right time. All of this process is supported and layered on top of the EAM system.
Where are you on the Work Management maturity continuum?
- Planning on the fly?
- Planning materials?
- Planning corrective work?
- Kitting materials?
What We Cover:
- A definition of Work Management within a Reliability Based Maintenance framework
- How Work Management processes and systems interact
- How to identify gaps and solutions in your current Work Management operations
Rheal Caron has 30 years of industrial workplace experience, including due diligence for plant acquisitions and divestitures, major maintenance outages, alignment of acquired assets with corporate procedures, risk management, project management and NERC Compliance. Rheal held roles of Power Plant Manager, Director of Operations, Director of Asset Management and more recently, Director of Power Advisory Services at ABS Group. He has worked as a Project Manager to implement an ISO 55000 based Asset Management Program and works closely with ABS Group ISO 55000 auditors.
Chris McIntosh is the VP of Product Management at VIZIYA and has been with the organization in increasing product management and technical roles for the past 12 years. Chris holds a BS in Computer Science from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario.
For over a decade, Genesis Technology Solutions, Inc. (GenesisSolutions), the Asset Performance Management subsidiary of ABS Group, has been a market leader in asset reliability, asset maintenance
About ABS Group
ABS Group of Companies, Inc. (www.abs-group.com), through its operating subsidiaries, provides technical advisory and certification services to support the safety and reliability of high-performance assets and operations in the oil, gas and chemical, power generation, marine, offshore and government sectors, among others. Headquartered in Houston, Texas, ABS Group operates with more than 1,000 professionals globally. ABS Group is a subsidiary of ABS (www.eagle.org), a leading marine and offshore classification society.